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Family of man suspected of killing Ben Needham to sue Kerry

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Last week police completed a search on wasteland for missing Ben Needham, It is believed he was killed by a Greek digger driver who is suspected of accidentally killing Ben Needham. Today it has been announced his daughter is set to sue Ben’s mother Kerry.

Chrysovalandis Barkas and Maria Tsechou claim that the reputation of their family has been wrecked after Kerry said she hoped their father was “burning in hell.”

They claim they have ran out of patience after Kerry incriminated their father who they called Konstantinos Barkas.

Tsechou has told the Times newspaper: “We have a family reputation to uphold and my personal patience, even as a mother, was exhausted when Ben’s mother last week uttered what she did. How dare she?”

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